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Graduate student reflections of their undocumented experience: A qualitative study of the hardships experienced in higher education
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A comparison of selected standardized achievement tests in a multilingual community: questions of linguistic bias.
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A comparative study of the multigraded classroom and the single-graded classroom in the elementary school.
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Effect of the ECE program upon elementary school principals: Fresno and Madera Counties, California.
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Predicting success in first-year shorthand: selection of a predictive instrument.
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A study of educational attitudes.
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Planning and developing an in-service training program for Goodwill Industries of the Greater East Bay, California.
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A guide to school board policies.
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The relationship between artistic expression and academic achievement.
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The effect of parent involvement upon academic achievement of the disadvantaged child.
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Attitudes of in-service teachers and office workers toward a bureaucratic work environment: a comparative study.
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A study of open education as an alternative to the traditional school.
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Forestry skills training for the developmentally disabled.
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Counselor role and function: a survey of California high school principals.
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Teacher opinions of the principal's roles and functions.
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Relative perceptions of student activities in five community colleges.
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Project Stop-Out: participant report and evaluation.
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Attitudes of college students toward premarital sexual permissiveness.
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The effects of a remedial teaching device termed a baseograph on achievement in science: seventh and eighth grade students.
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Teacher-student attitude congruence.
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